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DRM Is Dead

DRM has no protective value. It's time to stop using it and seek out other ways to monetize online audio and video.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Dec 2011

Future-Proofing Content: The Key to Maximizing ROI

How can companies that create video content make sure it remains salable for many years to come? By future-proofing it. Read on to learn how to keep your content fresh and your files accessible.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Dec 2011

Academic Job Market Growing for Video Professionals

Despite the slow economy, colleges and universities are recognizing that they need specialized professionals for digital and online media production.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Dec 2011

Many Homegrown HTML5 Solutions Are Already Broken

A StreamingMedia.com-hosted webinar offers background on HTML5 video and a plan for the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Dec 2011

2012: The Year Ahead for Online Video

2011 marked an inflection point for online video, and 2012 promises to be even bigger and better. We consult with experts to learn what's next.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Dec 2011

Cord-Cutting Easier Said Than Done: Commentary

What happens when over-the-top technology meets the average living room? A confusing combination of remotes, wires, and devices. When will that cordless future actually arrive?
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Dec 2011

Review: NewTek TriCaster TCXD850 Extreme

Does this all-in-one video mixer have what it takes to stream your next event? We put the robust TriCaster TCXD850 Extreme to the test in this exhaustive review.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Dec 2011

MPEG DASH's Future: Unified Format or DASHed Hopes?

MPEG DASH is a hot topic for the online video industry right now, but will it actually lead to a single format future?
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2011

Celebs on the Web: Hollywood Discovers Streaming Video

More and more stars are bypassing the traditional Hollywood system and going straight to the web.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2011

WeVideo Review: The Top Browser-Based Editor, but Still Limited

We take a hands-on look at the online editor WeVideo and find it the closest thing to a desktop application, but hardly fully-featured.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2011

What's Wrong with Netflix's Business Model?

With increased competition and licensing fees, Netflix's days as the over-the-top leader may be numbered
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Nov 2011

TubeMogul: Pre-roll Video Ad Sales on Exchanges Are Booming

The company finds 35 percent month-over-month growth in the industry, says TubeMogul's senior director of marketing.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Nov 2011

ESPN Partners with Elemental for Video-on-Demand

The sports giant will use Elemental for 14 video outputs streaming to desktops and mobile devices, as well as to mobile applications and regional properties.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Nov 2011

Akamai Likely to Buy Cotendo

While Juniper Networks and others have been mentioned as possible buyers, Akamai is in the lead for the Israel-based Cotendo
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2011

AT&T and T-Mobile Withdraw Merger Request; Spectrum Is Key Issue

While AT&T needs spectrum, the DoJ's antitrust concerns could scuttle its plans.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2011

Android vs. iOS: A Video and Flash Comparison

The mobile video viewing experience should be better on Android than iOS, right? We see how it measures up on a Toshiba Thrive tablet.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Nov 2011

CFF: One Format to Rule Them All?

The move towards MPEG DASH and the fragmented MP4 (fMP4) common file format may finally offer DVD-like interoperability for web video
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Nov 2011

Revision3 Goes HTML5

After a "painful" development process, one of the web's leading video networks flips the switch on its HTML5 video player.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Nov 2011

HTML5 Is Taking Over the Web, Right? Not so Fast…

To examine the spread of HTML5, we look at several sites by major brands. Flash certainly isn't dead yet.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Nov 2011

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